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Differentially treat specific blocks (use new processor API)

See original GitHub issue


#123 ties into this (and perhaps could be considered with this), though that issue is focused on inline event handler blocks, and this issue is more for the blocks that are already discovered by eslint-plugin-html (though supporting their differential treatment).

If supporting the new ESLint processor API, (as eslint-plugin-markdown is now doing in their v2.0.0), this should I think allow eslint-plugin-html to support the following:

  1. Applying specific overrides config (rules, etc.) for specific script tags
  2. type="module" on the script tags could be used to determine whether the blocks are modules or not (rather than project parserOptions.sourceType config) they should be weaved together for purposes of undefined/unused variables (since files can have a mix of type or no type).

(Of course, one would only wish to do this if the current beneficial ability to treat the blocks as tied together for purposes of undefined/used variables could be continued when non-module scripts were in use. If necessary, perhaps the non-modules could be strung together even if it means they could not have separate config, while allowing the modules to be treated as the separate entities they are.)


One can use external files and lint those by file name.

Additional context


I’ll admit this is not a burning need I have, but I figured it might be worth a look given ESLint’s support for the approach, and that the Markdown plugin is now doing so.

Thanks for the great plug-in!

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  • State:open
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:7 (1 by maintainers)

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Airkrocommented, Apr 12, 2022


I want to send a PR to, but it’s difficult for me. let’s see if anyone can help?

I try to read the code of eslint-plugin-html, it’s really complex, I didn’t understand every part yet. And I think htmlparser2 APIs are not friendly enough.

But I will try to solute the no-unused-vars problem someday.

JounQincommented, Apr 22, 2021


Are you working on this? It should not be difficult based on my experience by fixing eslint-plugin-markdown’s issues and developing eslint-plugin-mdx, and fixing other tools’ issues due to processor API.

If you haven’t started, I can help to start the job when I’m free.

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